Ricoh Lanier LD528 Monochrome Digital Press
Digital Press Description
Efficient document management demands a system that optimizes productivity, ensures security and provides a customized workflow experience. The LD528 revolutionizes document management tasks for a completely personal, yet professional file output experience; the LD528 ties together the power to perform while keeping down costs and never compromises on performance.
Digital Press Features
Choose from a variety of professional finishing options
Compatible with Lanier’s Embedded Software Architecture, a Java (J2ME) compatible software development platform
Automatic duplex imaging reduces paper consumption
Color VGA Touch Panel Display
Download widgets to any client (desktop, PC, laptop or Smartphone) and use them on any Lanier MFP enabled with App2Me.
Up to 3,100 sheets to minimize manual tray filling
Scan Once Print Many to maximize the output performance
Control usage by setting print or copy quotas for up to 500 users.
Copy features like cover insertion, page designation, and stamping to reduce manual interaction and increase productivity
600 dpi resolution with up to 256 levels of gray
Electronic/Rotate sorting produces complete document sets and eliminates manual collation
Store and retrieve documents on-site with the built-in Document Server
Optional 50-Sheet ARDF for automatic feeding of documents (one and two-sided) at engine speed
SCANNER FEATURES (STANDARD)
Create secure, searchable PDFs from text files; spreadsheets and scanned papers.
Transform paper originals into fully editable Microsoft Office files, PDFs and fillable forms.
Full Color & Monochrome Scanning
Embedded Scan to E-mail, Network Scan to Folder, Scan to URL & HDD makes document distribution easy and economical
Auto File & Name Setting
Access up to five LDAP servers, making efficient use of existing information and saving programming time
Network TWAIN scanning is also available as an alternative scanning solution for networked users
Documents are scanned to the most popular file formats, including PDF, TIFF, or JPEG
Preview before Transmission